Sharing Civic Education Kindergarten (Age 5) First Term Lesson Notes Week 3

Lesson Plan for Kindergarten Civic Education

Subject: Civic Education

Class: Kindergarten (Age 5)

Term: First Term

Week: 3

Topic: Sharing

Duration: 40 minutes

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. Analyze the simple meaning of sharing.
  2. Identify and list items that can be shared.
  3. Justify the benefits of sharing.
  4. Practice the habit of sharing in their day-to-day activities.

Learning Activities:

  1. Pupils brainstorm on the meaning of sharing.
  2. Pupils in pairs mention items that can be shared, such as cake, biscuits, sweets, seat, umbrella, etc.
  3. Pupils in groups discuss the advantages of sharing.

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Communication and Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Leadership and Personal Development
  • Citizenship Skills

Learning Resources:

  • Audio-visual resources
  • Storybooks
  • Picture charts
  • Items that can be shared (e.g., pencils, erasers, biscuits, sweets)
  • Web resources (e.g., video clips from YouTube)

Web Resources:

Lesson Plan Presentation

Set Induction:

  • Start with a story about sharing to engage the pupils.

Entry Behaviour:

  • Pupils know about giving and receiving things from friends and family.

Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge:

  • Pupils share toys and snacks with friends and siblings.

Instructional Materials:

  • Picture books showing sharing activities
  • Charts with images of items that can be shared
  • Video clips from YouTube


  1. Meaning of Sharing:
    • Sharing means giving a part of what you have to someone else.
    • Examples: Giving a friend a piece of your cake or letting someone use your umbrella.
  2. Items that Can Be Shared:
    • Food: cake, biscuits, sweets
    • School supplies: pencils, erasers
    • Other items: seat, umbrella
  3. Benefits of Sharing:
    • Sharing makes us happy.
    • It helps us make friends.
    • Sharing teaches us to care for others.
    • It creates a sense of community.

Learning Activities:

  1. Brainstorming on Sharing:
    • Pupils discuss what sharing means and give examples.
  2. Pair Activity on Shared Items:
    • Pupils pair up and list items that can be shared.
  3. Group Discussion on Advantages:
    • Pupils in groups discuss why sharing is good and share their thoughts with the class.

Presentation Steps:

Step 1: Revision of Previous Topic

  • The teacher revises the previous topic which was “Games”.

Step 2: Introduction of the New Topic

  • The teacher introduces the new topic “Sharing” using storybooks and charts.

Step 3: Pupils’ Contributions

  • The teacher allows the pupils to share their thoughts on sharing.
  • The teacher guides and corrects the pupils as they discuss.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Show video clips about sharing.
  • Lead a group activity where pupils practice sharing items.
  • Facilitate group discussions on the benefits of sharing.

Learners’ Activities:

  • Participate in the brainstorming session.
  • Identify and list items that can be shared.
  • Discuss the benefits of sharing.
  • Practice sharing with their classmates.


  1. What is sharing?
  2. Name one item you can share with a friend.
  3. Why is sharing important?
  4. How do you feel when you share something?
  5. Name one benefit of sharing.
  6. Can you share a pencil with a classmate?
  7. What is an example of sharing food?
  8. How does sharing help us make friends?
  9. What should you do if you have an extra biscuit?
  10. How can you practice sharing at home?


  • The teacher goes around to check pupils’ work.
  • The teacher praises and corrects where necessary.

Evaluation Questions:

  1. What does sharing mean?
  2. Name one thing you can share with a friend.
  3. Why do we share things?
  4. Name an item you can share at school.
  5. How does sharing make you feel?
  6. Why is it good to share?
  7. What can you share during lunch?
  8. How can sharing help you make friends?
  9. What should you do if you have two toys?
  10. Can you share your seat with someone who needs it?

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